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A selection of Candice Tripp’s Houses of Horror (series 2)

Hill House in The Haunting (1963) by Robert Wise

The house in Henjel gwa Geuretel (2007) by Pil-sung Yim

Marsten House in Salem’s Lot (1979) by Tobe Hooper

Allerdale Hall in Crimson Peak (2015) by Guillermo Del Toro

The school bus driver’s house in Trick ‘r Treat (2007) by Michael Dougherty

Oskar’s house in Låt den rätte komma (2008) by Tomas Alfredson

Jay Height’s house in It Follows (2014) by David Robert Mitchell

Buffalo Bill’s house in The Silence of the Lambs (1991) by Jonathan Demme

The Brooklyn brownstone in The Sentinel (1977) by Michael Winner

The Vankek house in The Babadook (2014) by Jennifer Kent

Annie Wilkes’ house in Misery (1990) by Rob Reiner

Carrie White’s house in Carrie (1976) by Brian De Palma

…she was glad to be alone in the library. She had found a place behind the stacks on the balcony where she could read undisturbed. The sun always slanted through the high windows, stirring the dust and laying a yellow finger across the page. But she never noticed it. It was as nonexistent as the mother’s vow and her own suppressed anxiety during those hours. Only the words and the scenes they shaped existed.
—  Paule Marshall, Brown Girl, Brownstones

Brooklyn Modern: a stunning Brooklyn’s Brownstone renovated by Buck Projects.  The original building was converted into two units, an upper owner’s triplex and a lower rental apartment, with more modern layout in open floor plan living while maintaining the grace of late-1800’s Italianate detailing.

Sparks Chapter 24

Originally posted by mymiscfandomimagines

Pairing: Bucky(POV) X Reader(POV) ft. other characters from the avengers team

Word Count: 1.3K

Summary: Things begin to return to normal. You’ve know and been friends with Bucky for a while year now. Bucky drags you out ice skating for your birthday.

A/N: For everyone whose patiently waiting for Bucky to finally confess his feelings. Almost guys ALMOST!

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